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Greg Henderson

Greg Henderson
Owner/Publisher - Rock City Eats, Rock City Life, Rock City Times

For the past eight years, Rock Town Distillery has quietly been a gem in Little Rock’s food and beverage scene. Along with a strong craft brewery roster, having a high quality craft distillery has put Little Rock on the map for a growing population of food tourism. It is no …




Growing up in Central Arkansas, summers always meant trips to one of the lakes around the Hot Springs/Arkadelphia area. Most years we would spend more time by the water than home. I even decided to go to college just a few minutes from Lake Degray and spent a summer working …




I have said it several times around here, but the Fayetteville Roots Festival has the best culinary programing of any festival in the state. That is saying a lot for something that also is one of the best music festivals as well. This year, after years of begging on my …




Most restaurants and bars do everything they can to bring attention and ultimately guests to their establishment. The 1836 Club is without a doubt not an average restaurant. As a private club they intentionally fly under the radar, offering privacy and exclusivity as a perk. Despite the fairly stable frontward …




For years the Hall family has made a huge impact on Little Rock through their family farm and their grocery store/restaurant K Hall and Son’s Produce on Wright Avenue. Now it looks like the third generation of Halls are about to branch out. The brothers David Jr, Daron, and Devin …




Heifer International knows how to put on an event. From the swanky white linen Feast of the Fields to the quirky Alpacapalooza, their events brought tons of folks to East Village well before East Village was a thing. In just the second year the subtly named Urban Farm Fest on …




South Main is finding a groove unlike any other place in Little Rock. Over the past 5 years the district has come together as a unified, collective group of locations that complement each other in every way. It is part of what attracted Rock Town Distillery to move from their …




Petit & Keet was by far the biggest restaurant launch in Little Rock last year, and for good reason. It brought back a Little Rock legion in Louis Petit and paired him with a highly successful business owner in Jim Keet. This week (on the Friday the 18th to be …




We have kept a close eye on the progress at Sauced Bar and Oven over the last few weeks. It is the next bright spot in the west Rodney Parham food scene, an area that is quickly becoming one of the strongest in the city. All the equipment is in …




Restaurants can spend a ton of time and waste a lot of money trying to please everyone. Too often we see a place try to offer options that are gluten free, vegan, paleo, or whatever the monthly trend tends to be that is requested, only to see very few sales …




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